Thirty-six years is a long time to go missing. It’s a long time to let ghosts accumulate, real and imagined. And it’s a long time to follow up on one of the most well-known and well-regarded novels – horror or otherwise – of the twentieth century.
Hutchings has a lot of new ideas about vampires, and it’s always refreshing to see someone take an old genre staple and push it in new directions.
The famed horror director has personally selected some of his favorite classic horror tales for this new collection from Penguin Books.
In four short years, JournalStone Publishing has positioned itself as an attractive home to established authors and new talents alike, with a deep catalog of horror, science fiction and fantasy novels and anthologies.
Put an early chill in your fall reading season with these classic horror tales from Stephen King, H.P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe and more!
If you’re expecting a tale that celebrates plastic pumpkins, drugstore costumes and candy corn, this is not your Halloween story. But if you’re in the mood to peek into the darkness behind the revelry, then step right up.
Early Readers Club is giving away a free copy of Cemetery Dance's Signed Limited Edition of Stephen King's novel "Doctor Sleep," the highly-anticipated sequel to "The Shining." Find out how it could be yours!
Boundless American energy – both the light and the dark – is at the center of this new anthology, the first entry in the American Vampire canon since the series went on temporary hiatus in January.
“Ever been to a big college town on a football Saturday night?” is the tagline for Bill Braddock’s debut "Brew." And what a debut it is.
Although we don’t who Jack the Ripper really was, we know he existed, and we know what he did... and who he did it to. Editor Ross Lockhart dedicates this short story collection to them.